In Conversation: Samuel Schwarz
Zürich writer, producer and director Samuel Schwarz on the feature film and Alternate Reality Games of Polder, the largest transmedia storytelling project to come out of Switzerland;
Bringing Legend to Life
Historical fiction writer JD Smith on Tristan and Iseult, and the challenges and rewards of adapting myths and legends for the page;
Environmental adaptation: contemplative prose from Zürich-based Canadian writer Sherida Deeprose.
Two Woolf readers talk about journeys of adaptation, growth and imagination, and the experience of having a foot in several cultural camps; and
Notes from the Unexpected: Backstage at Kaufleuten
D.B. Miller explores the magic of bringing acts to Zürich’s Kaufleuten stage, in the latest instalment of Notes from the Unexpected.
A colourful mix of fact and fiction, from Swiss urban and rural Alternate Reality Games, feature film stills, and Polder artwork in this issue’s Gallery;
Goings-on in the city of Zürich and beyond this Summer.
Adapting to Happiness
The Woolf‘s resident scientist, Iida Ruishalme discusses whether her ideas of happiness have adapted to her life circumstances over time;